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Crowds in Pigeon Forge area right after Christmas

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We are heading to the Pigeon Forge area on December 27 for about 5 days. I haven't been there in about 10 years. Is it ridiculously crowded at that time? If we went to Dollywood or the Aquarium would we regret it? I am afraid it would be so crowded it would be hard to see shows or there would be long lines for the rides. I'm wondering if we should change our travel destination to someplace not as touristy during this time. We are traveling with a 6 and 8 year old. So far I want to do the two places mentioned above and also Cades Cove and the Gem Mining. I wanted to do Roaring Fork Nature Trail but discovered it is closed in the Winter. We are staying at the Hampton Inn on Stadium Drive in Sevierville.

So whatcha think? Thanks for any input!

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